How to disable remaining ink detection on canon pro-1000

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I am using the PRO-1000 released in Japan. I didn't understand the information in Japan, so I will ask here.

I used a genuine ink cartridge and finished using the ink. After that, I thought the ink was for a refill, but I got an error 1752 prompting me to replace the ink cartridge.
I then removed the same ink cartridge and reinserted it with the same error. You need to disable the IC to use refilling. How can it be disabled?
I connected it to a PC and checked it, but {check printer status} only showed an error message and there was no way to turn off the remaining amount detection.
How can I turn off the remaining amount detection?
 

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Thank you for answering.
Since error number 1730 did not occur, I contacted canon JP. I heard the difference between error 1752 and 1730.
The Cannon formula can't say for sure what condition 1730 occurs in, but it did tell me that it does.
The pro -1000 is being developed on a different platform than the pro -10,100, with different state transitions. When 1730 occurred, the answer was that there was a difference between the amount of ink recorded on the IC of the ink and the actual amount of ink. The ink became empty and error 1752 occurred When I injected and inserted the ink into the setup ink, the error disappeared and the remaining amount was recognized as small (red x). I'm going to wait and see.^^
 

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I'm going to wait and see.^^
My advice is don’t wait and refill the cart, then press the resume button and all will be well. Running out of ink in a cart is different than running out of ink in the printer..!
P.S. you may have to run a system clean to remove the possibility of air entering the ink system..
 
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Hat is incorrect and the person enquiring is in fact pretty close to the correct answer.
The logic sequence on the Pro-100, Pro-10 and Pro-1000 are all different because each has its own methods or lack of methods of detecting ink level. The 1000 has more potential states so it has to use more potential error sequences.
You will end up with the desired 1753 eventually but you will need to be patient.
Once the chip has been disabled, the 1751,1752 and your 1730 will no longer be active. You can run out of ink, Once you run out of ink and a nozzle check is performed, the printer will attempt to reassign nozzles thinking it is a real clog. Now this may not burn out your printhead BUT two things happen, nozzles can only be reassigned ONCE. Nozzles reassigned are used from a reserve set and this is maintained within the printhead memory.. This memory when it runs out of reassignments will create a B2XX error.
Reassignments can take place during a routine maintenance cycle of a detailed nozzle check. Here each nozzle is tested using an optical box and there are thousands of nozzles. The printer will be very quiet and occasionally move a bit during this part and indicate processing.
Short story, it is best to always leave this machine on at all times even to the point of putting a UPS on it. Use it for something to print every few days or better, every day if possible, Running out of ink will not necessarily burn out your nozzles but can increase the likelihood dramatically of using up the printhead memory and then requiring a new printhead. The more you print, the better the situation or the printer will behave. If you are an infrequent user spanning weeks, you will be looking for punishment.
If you disable, you should be aware of this aspect. Furthermore the locking mechanism / retention mechanism should never be manhandled. When this breaks it is expensive to replace, more than a printhead. Repeated and over use to check ink tank contents unnecessarily can cause this to fail if not carefully used. When you disable, you need to know the facts and not conjecture and how to live with it successfully.
 

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Good evening, mikling! Thank you for your reply.
I'm sorry if it's hard to read because I'm not familiar with English.
① Does the PRO -1000's ability to detect clogged nozzles and replace them with other nozzles mean that you can reassign nozzles when cleaning with no ink left?
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② I often encountered B 200 and B 203 errors during printer repairs. The head where these occur may be physically burnt. The flexible cable is short-circuited at the black edge of the metal head. If you don't use it on the PRO -100, you'll get a B 200, which is probably a lie in many cases. It can be avoided by hitting the error button repeatedly and opening and closing the lid at high speed. Probably the sensor and controller are badly designed.

③ So it's important to print at least once a week, preferably every day, with the power on all the time. Thank you for your advice. When refilling, should I check the cartridge regularly to make sure that the ink is not emptied?

④ It's about the color of the ink. In Japan, the only way to refill is to buy from a Chinese ink manufacturer or an American owl ink manufacturer. However, ink from Chinese manufacturers still tends to be expensive. So I turned my attention to PFI -700 series inks. It's not the same color as the latest ink, but if the colors from the past models are good enough, this is fine. The ink on a Canon large-format printer uses pigments, so it may be compatible. If you can give me any advice on this, I would love to. I'm feeling great. This is because unopened old ink is available at a low price in the Japanese market.
 

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I also have PFI -101 ink. I think I might be able to use anything but the green. I can get it cheap at Yahoo auction in Japan.
 

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So to summarise and make this less technical... (I've paraphrased the quotes here)
The ink became empty and error 1752 occurred.
So when you get error code 1752, top up the ink in the cartridge and replace the cartridge and the error will disappear for a while.

Error Code: 1730 indicates there was a difference between the amount of ink recorded on the IC of the ink and the actual amount of ink.
This is the error code you want to disable the ink monitoring levels at. Not before, when the cartridge is indicating it's empty.

The rest is really warnings about making sure the cartridges all have ink in them and do not, under any circumstances, let them run too low because if ink monitoring is disabled, there is no safety net anymore and you'll burn out your nozzles.

Does that about cover it?
 
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